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#RRHH ¿Cómo neutralizar a estos 7 jefes tóxicos?

#RRHH ¿Cómo neutralizar a estos 7 jefes tóxicos? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Los malos jefes abundan, pero las personas exitosas saben cómo manejarlos para sacar el mayor provecho de la situación.

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6 Ways Pushing Past Your Comfort Zone Is Critical To Success

6 Ways Pushing Past Your Comfort Zone Is Critical To Success | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
As a women’s career coach and leadership developer, I’ve seen that one of the most damaging things you can do in your career is to stay for years where you’re comfortable. I’ve done it, and what often ensues is that you begin to doubt your value in the marketplace, and wonder if you really have the chops to succeed and thrive outside your current job.  I’ve learned too (the hard way) that no job is secure.  The only thing that is secure in life is you – your spirit, your heart, your talents and gifts, and your ability to contribute at a high level to something that matters to you in life. When you live from that knowledge and experience, you’ll find (and create) gainful, rewarding work no matter where you go, despite the turbulence around you. And to do that, you need to continually push yourself out of your comfort zone.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 2, 5:18 AM

Never made a breakthrough without discomfort first!  Key is to focus on learning, before and after.

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The Iceberg of Organizational Culture Change (Infographic)

The Iceberg of Organizational Culture Change (Infographic) | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
87% of today’s leaders around the world cite culture and employee engagement as one of their top organizational challenges. This is according to a recent report from Deloitte, who interviewed over 3,300 executives and HR leaders in 106 countries. The data in this and other large-scale studies weave together an alarming trend around today’s changing corporate landscape: Changing demands of the emerging workforce and looming leadership development challenges are growing risks for business today. Organizations must find ways to change and adapt to the changing needs of their stakeholders in order to maintain high performance. Organizational culture change at any scale can be challenging. And in order to overcome challenges like these, we often have to start diving into the depths the organization and figure out what is truly driving the culture. But, what does that mean to you as a leader? As Deloitte’s study highlights; many business leaders know the importance of organizational culture,

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, May 2, 2:58 PM

A good leader considers his organizations culture in everything he does...

FRANK FEATHER ~ Business Futurist's curator insight, May 2, 4:30 PM

The biggest and most important aspects of organization culture often lie buried deep down, and often are deliberately suppressed. True leaders, raise the best aspects of organization culture to the surface, and build upon those elements to create an inspiring culture that transform the organization and its marketplace success.

James D Johnson's curator insight, May 2, 4:37 PM

Drucker's famous quote on Culture revisited...critical stuff

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Top 10 Project Management Challenges

Top 10 Project Management Challenges | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Balancing all the elements of a difficult project – time, money, scope and people – is the project manager’s responsibility.


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Líder, cambia tus preguntas - por @MaiteFinch

Líder, cambia tus preguntas - por @MaiteFinch | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Líder, cambia tus preguntas. Conseguirás resultados diferentes con tu equipo, si cambias tus preguntas. Prueba las reflexiones de coaching para líderes.

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#HR #RRHH 5 Toxic Beliefs That Make Success Impossible

#HR #RRHH 5 Toxic Beliefs That Make Success Impossible | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

It's hard to think differently and be able to dream new dreams. We'd all like to be visionary thinkers like Bezos, Buffett, and Branson (the Three B's of Bold Thinking) and achieve great things.

But most of us aren't bold visionaries. (I'm definitely not.)

And that's OK, because while you and I might never come up with the next big thing, we can decide to think differently from other people--and in the process, achieve differently from other people.


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Success starts with thinking differently from everyone else, because then you can achieve differently from everyone else. Break bad patterns and make it easier for yourself to become successful.

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La asertividad 3.0 y las nuevas competencias

La asertividad 3.0 y las nuevas competencias | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Por Mercedes Hortelano VdP @MyKLogica Actualización de la entrada La asertividad y su relación con el 1, 2 y 3.0 Comentaba en ella, en noviembre pasado, que el 2012 supondría un punto de inflexión ...

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MyKLogica's curator insight, May 1, 6:18 AM

Agradezco a @Mariano Ramos Mejia haber recuperado esta "vieja" entrada, aunque creo que totalmente actual.

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Sense And Nonsense In #Leadership Development

Sense And Nonsense In #Leadership Development | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Our opportunity in leadership development is to bring more science into what we do by creating ever better ways to measure the current state of leadership behavior, along with the change we produce. This allows us to bring science into the art of leadership development and to drive out the nonsense that will always fill the void where good science doesn’t exist.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 1, 4:42 AM

Jack Zenger on brining research to the heart of leadership development.  Why would't you, unless you love fadding?

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A New Perspective On #Leadership Training: From The Outside In

A New Perspective On #Leadership Training: From The Outside In | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Before you sign up for one more intensive, introspective “know yourself” leadership training course, take a look at the new trend in leadership development.

“My research shows that today’s focus on introspection, reflection and self- knowledge is misguided – if anything it blinds us to the thing that really could help us develop,” says Herminia Ibarra, the Cora Chaired Professor of Leadership & Learning at INSEAD in France in her new book, Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader (Harvard Business Review Press). Instead, Ibarra says executives should use something she has termed “outsight” – getting out of their daily work-only routine and placing themselves in situations that will given them a fresh perspective and new information on their work, their networks, themselves, as well as on future possibilities.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 1, 4:36 AM

Change from the outside in means starting with acting differently as a conduit to thinking differently. Good development concept.

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#RRHH Guía de Supervivencia (II): 22 consejos para convivir con los jefes tóxicos.

#RRHH Guía de Supervivencia (II): 22 consejos para convivir con los jefes tóxicos. | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Bosszilla II. Organizaciones tóxicas III.Por Isabel Carrasco.Hablemos de Liderazgo. Una vez que hemos vistos los distintos rasgos de personali

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, May 1, 2:09 AM

Varios expertos en estrategia y liderazgo describen los comportamientos típicos de los jefes tóxicos y proporcionan una serie de 22 recomendaciones personales para enfrentarlos y convivir con ellos, y consejos para que la organización minimice los daños.

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#Recomiendo La teoría de los 6 retos de cambio Por @Vorpalina

#Recomiendo La teoría de los 6 retos de cambio Por @Vorpalina | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
“Las desgracias más temidas son, de ordinario, las que no llegan jamás”.James R. Lowell, poeta románticoCompleto hoy un artículo sobre los 3 tipos de cambio que escribió mi compañero Enrique Sacanell hace ahora más de un año. Y lo hago adaptando otro que yo escribí hace ahora cuatro años. Creo ver en esta teoría propia que hoy compartiré la clave para pasar de ese cambio inducido a ese cambio intencional del que nos compartía Enrique: "Nadie cambia si no quiere" que dir&i
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Perú: Internacionalización en clave de gestión de #RRHH

Perú: Internacionalización en clave de gestión de #RRHH | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Tres son las características que condicionan la gestión de RR.HH. en las empresas peruanas y que derivan en desafíos que las compañías españolas que quiera

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CHRIS GARDNER: “Tú debes cambiar las cosas por ti mismo” | @GrandesPymes

CHRIS GARDNER: “Tú debes cambiar las cosas por ti mismo” | @GrandesPymes | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

El CEO de la felicidad, Chris Gardner, compartió sus secretos para alcanzar la dicha y el éxito en los negocios

A poco de su presentación en Lima, el CEO de la Felicidad, Chris Gardner, compartió con El Comercio algunas claves para superar los miedos y alcanzar el éxito tanto en los negocios, como en la vida.

Además, adelantó que su libro “The Pursuit of happyness” (En busca de la felicidad), el mismo que retrata la transformación de su vida y que llegó al cine protagonizado por Will Smith, estará disponible en español a partir de mayo, fecha en la que regresará al país para presentarlo.

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Myths Of Companies With No Management - Fast Company

Myths Of Companies With No Management - Fast Company | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

There are a lot of creative benefits to alternative management structures, but there are some downsides too. There is some tremendous potential and benefits with these new structures: an increase in personal responsibility, distributed decision making, increased productivity and accountability, less bureaucracy, and a greater emphasis on ownership and contribution. Frederic Laloux, author of Reinventing Organizations, has also found that in these newer structures, people bring themselves more fully to the organization instead of just their professional selves, fostering a much more creative and collaborative environment.

Still, there are downsides, especially when companies' "no management" approach is not structured or thought through properly. Having no titles in your company should not be done just because it sounds cool, but because you believe it’s the right thing for your company. Here are some myths of companies that have no bosses


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#Leadership 2050 – What Qualities Will We Need?

#Leadership 2050 – What Qualities Will We Need? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
The qualities of effective leadership can be paradoxical—requiring effective leaders to be passionate and unbiased, detailed and strategic, hard driving and sustainable, fact-focused and intuitive, self-confident and selfless—often at the same time. Such complexity is rarely found in leaders even under optimal conditions. As we move toward 2050, new contexts and conditions are poised to emerge that will create challenges beyond the abilities of most leaders or any single nation to manage. This powerful contextual shift—a time of great stress and constraint—has the potential to drive a new and more complex stage of human culture and consciousness to meet these challenges.

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What does leadership look like in 2050?

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#Leadership By Virtue: Leadership and values

#Leadership By Virtue: Leadership and values | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
People tend to mix virtue, morals and ethics not having a clear idea which term to use and when.

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#Liderazgo #Leadership How do Leaders Learn to Lead?

#Liderazgo #Leadership How do Leaders Learn to Lead? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

How do leaders go through the learning process? What are the formative and informative experiences that influence leaders? How do they reflect on events and truly learn from their mistakes and successes? How do they unlearn dysfunctional habits? How do they become more self-aware? Gerard Seijts explored these questions for his recent book, Good Leaders Learn: Lessons From Lifetimes of Leadership. Through 30-plus probing interviews with senior leaders from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors he brings to light lessons on the importance of life-long learning. 


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By Gerard Seijts. The most importante lessons learned.

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#RRHH Guía de Supervivencia (I): 13 tipos de jefes tóxicos que deberías conocer.

#RRHH Guía de Supervivencia (I): 13 tipos de jefes tóxicos que deberías conocer. | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

En la película “Cómo acabar con tu jefe” (“Horrible bosses” en su título original) tres profesionales se plantean, como último recurso para poder sobrevivir, la posibilidad de eliminar a sus jefes, tres ejemplos clarísimos de jefes tóxicos.

 

Aprovechando esta película puede ser un buen momento para reflexionar sobre qué rasgos de personalidad y comportamientos presentan  determinados jefes para llevar a sus colaboradores a situaciones límites.

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#HR #RRHH Five Reasons You're Killing Yourself Working Overtime, And How To Stop

#HR #RRHH Five Reasons You're Killing Yourself Working Overtime, And How To Stop | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Throughout my 18-year corporate life, I would find myself staying late in the office more often than not. If I’m brutally honest with myself, I did it for two reasons – to try to stay caught up with what I felt was a massive workload, but also, to show management that I was a very hard worker. One day, a senior vice president who noticed my habitual late hours said, “If you’re staying late so often, Kathy, you’re just not prioritizing and managing your work effectively.” And boy did that make me mad.

At that time, I didn’t see myself as the problem – it was my boss and the never-ending chaos on my plate each day that was the culprit. Today, in my coaching work with emerging women leaders, one of the chief complaints I hear is, “I simply cannot balance my other life priorities with the number of hours I have to work.” It’s truly an epidemic.


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It’s epidemic. Especially in startups. What do you think?

Mahmoud Khalifa's curator insight, May 2, 5:59 AM

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Cathy Caprino interview with Joe Staples that shares with us:

“Here are tips that we’ve uncovered during the 15 years we’ve spent helping large enterprise companies learn to work more efficiently.

Cut down on status meetingsProactively discuss overtime policies and expectationsArm your employees with the tools that help them work efficientlyEncourage communication about current workloads, including asking for help if neededDon’t live on your phone: wait to respond to important emails when you are back in the officeFocus on getting the job done, not on total hours worked.”
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#Innovación: Gestión de la incertidumbre

#Innovación: Gestión de la incertidumbre | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Por Juan Sobejano ¿Saben qué pasará mañana? ¿Y la semana que viene? ¿Y el mes que viene? ¿Saben qué va a pasar el año próximo? ¿Y eso les angustia, les excita o les motiva? Seamos honestos, la ince...

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MyKLogica's curator insight, May 1, 6:29 AM

Muy de acuerdo con lo que apunta Juan Sobejano, sobre nuestro temor a la incertidumbre y, sin embargo, es la única certeza que tenemos. El cambio es además la base de la (mejora e) innovación y, asimismo, muy de acuerdo con los puntos que aporta para una buena gestión de la misma.

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Change #Management Process - Step 7: Sustain Acceleration

Change #Management Process - Step 7: Sustain Acceleration | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Jack Welch once stated, "an organization's ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage." The same is true for the organizational change. Last week we discussed Step 6: Generate Short-Term Wins. This week, we direct our attention to Dr. John Kotter, Harvard Business School Professor and Entrepreneur, Change Management Process Step 7: Sustain Acceleration. The purpose of this post is to discuss the what, why, and how change management pr

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#Liderazgo Why The Best #Leadership Involves 'Downward Mobility'

#Liderazgo Why The Best #Leadership Involves 'Downward Mobility' | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
The very same hunger that drives them to do big things leaves them starved and emotionally emaciated in the end. And the same drive to “put a dent in the universe” leaves a dent in them, their families and their organizations. I’ve also noticed that most of them, toward the end of their lives, experience a genuine hell on earth, which is to be in irreversible decline while others take over the alpha spot. (The scene is captured in Shakespeare’s King Lear, when the vain monarch rants, under a raging storm, against the vain daughters who supplanted him.)

“Kings are history’s slaves,” Tolstoy wrote. Fate uses them up, like gasoline, like food or water, along the way to wherever it will take us. The kings only discover at the end that they were mere fuel that would be replaced impersonally and inevitably by other fuel.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 1, 4:27 AM

Do you finish at the top, or find a healthier transition?

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No te (a)Líes con cualquiera por @efpaz

No te (a)Líes con cualquiera por @efpaz | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

En el mundo de los negocios y las empresas cada vez es más habitual establecer colaboraciones y sinergias para beneficio de todos incluido el cliente, ya que a éste le facilitas un servicio con tu mediación que tú no posees en tu catálogo y a su vez extiende la confianza que él ha depositado en ti.


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MyKLogica's curator insight, May 1, 3:04 AM

Agradecer a Esther su mención en el artículo, un artículo 100% recomendable ... y una reflexión ...Tu primer cliente, tu primer colaborador!

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Ambiguity Fuels Unethical Decisions

Ambiguity Fuels Unethical Decisions | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
New research suggests that we use situational ambiguity to justify lies and deceptions. Experts discovered that we tend to lie and cheat only to the extent that we can justify our transgressions. Viewing an issue in shades of gray appears to relax our...

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10 Ways To Be An Empathetic Listener

10 Ways To Be An Empathetic Listener | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Before starting my Executive Coaching practice I was a Financial Advisor and Coach to my team. In that industry a study was conducted of the most successful Wealth Management Advisors to discover the most important skill possessed by Top Advisors.What did the study reveal?The number one skill is empathetic listening.The ExperimentAn experiment was conducted where advisors watched a video interview of a prospective client couple. After watching, they were then asked to describe the husband from the interview.One advisor said “arrogant,” Another said “defensive.” Another

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Dan Forbes's curator insight, April 30, 9:23 AM

An Experiment reveals the power of Empathetic Listening.

John Thurlbeck, FCMI FRSA's curator insight, April 30, 3:42 PM

Great advice from my friend Dan Forbes!